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November 19, 2005

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julia

I may be overstepping my bounds here but, do you by chance take meds for this problem? It has been known to help. You said you were seeing a therapist so I assume you explored that already.

Well written for a first post

Bakerina

Oh, my dear, I remember this one. Time has not blunted the impact of this at all. Your ability to stare those spots away never ceases to amaze me.

Pearl

The voice being low, flat and controlled is a clear hallmark and that slowed motioned fatigue can come in varying degrees. On the outside it can look as vague tireness and contentment. My guess is that one the outside the lines drop out of the face so a person looks calm.

Words can't describe and yet you've done it. Panic attacks have so many shapes. When I first got them 15+ years ago, I didn't know what it was so named them petit mal and grand mal attacks. A third (medi-mal?) kind since arose where senses are spiked.

We learn to navigate, understand the early clues and understand them to a degree over time, eh?

Pearl

You still about?

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